BO__einG From Canada, joined Apr 2000, 2765 posts, RR: 19 Reply 8, posted (11 years 3 months 2 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 2558 times:
I am going to watch the 9-11 special and the memorial live on TV that day.
30% of me says that I will skip school to watch these 9-11 documentaries and reports. I wonder how the guys at the ARTCC's will do with the thousands of planes flying on that day?
I too will pray on behalf of the victims.
It is going to be a rather interesting day when it arrives in 11 days.
How the world will react 1 year after this event.
Expanding my global domination one spotter at a time..
Jwenting From Netherlands, joined Apr 2001, 10213 posts, RR: 20 Reply 9, posted (11 years 3 months 2 weeks 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 2544 times:
Same thing I did last year. Go to work, check newssites a few times over the day. Go home, maybe do some shopping. Make dinner, browse the net a bit. Go to bed and wake up the next morning.
It's not as if it's some mythical date guys. Nothing sacred about a date, even if a lot of people died in a terrorist attack on that date some time ago.
If you just sit there staring and grieving on any date anyone ever died due to unnatural causes, you'll do that every single day for the rest of your lives.
More people died on a single day in WW1 or WW2 than died on 11 Sept. 2001 in those terrorist attacks...
RogueTrader From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 11, posted (11 years 3 months 2 weeks 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 2528 times:
I am absolutely trying to get out of the country at least for 2 or 3 days. I can't stand the build up tv is already giving us - its like we're getting ready for the SuperBowl or something, its sickens me. I've heard there will be non-stop no commercial TV 'coverage' of whatever ceremonies will take place and no doubt a lot of politicians running their mouths. I understand those personally affected need this but turning it into the media event of the year is disturbing. I prefer to keep my thoughts to myself, remember the event and honor it in my own way. I've been looking into Saint Lucia myself - it looks really nice and I haven't been there.
VapourTrails From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 12, posted (11 years 3 months 2 weeks 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 2506 times:
Go to work as usual. Probably have a few quiet moments of reflection, but I've done that quite a few times over the last year. It's just a date one year on, it won't change anything. I will watch some of the coverage on TV. Apart from that, just normal everyday.. I'll be flying on the 14 Sept.
EGGD From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2001, 12443 posts, RR: 37 Reply 18, posted (11 years 3 months 2 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 2450 times:
Yup, I won't be doing much.. Sure, the media will remind me of what had happened a year ago that day, but I won't go out of my way to do anything special. I'll think about what happened, and what I felt, and what everybody else felt (I had this urge to go to war, something this shouldn't go un-punished, its funny what anger does to your mind...). But I won't be going too deep..
Boeing nut From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR: Reply 23, posted (11 years 3 months 2 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 2356 times:
Some of you will think I'm nuts for this, but, I will go to a site on the internet that has the archives from TV's stations covering the tragedy form that day. Why? I don't ever want to forget what happened that day. Yes, I know what happened, but I want to feel those emotions. I don't ever want to forget what those bastards tried to take from us. I know that they haven't. But there are 3,000+ people who are no longer with us. Fathers, mothers, wives, husbands, firends, brothers & sisters. To put off the events of that day as of less importance just because it is one year later is a travesty. I for one want to remember that. Along with the brief time that the world came together.
Osama, if your out there still,... look, you haven't changed us a bit. Yea, you took 3,000+ loved ones away. You knocked down three landmarks. But you didn't do what you set out to do. I'd tell you to go to hell, but I somehow believe you already got a personal invitation from satan himself.
Kaitakfan From United States of America, joined Oct 1999, 1587 posts, RR: 7 Reply 24, posted (11 years 3 months 2 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 2355 times:
I am going to fly to New York from PHX the evening of the 10th. Arrive JFK early morning around 6AM. And make sure I am at the WTC by 8:45AM. I plan on flying home that day around 4PM out of EWR on the 777 as well! Should be a very difficult day for those of us who lost friends and family. I am not looking forward to it. But I feel I need to be there.
25 Lehpron: I don't think anyone should see anything on 9/11, some jackass** will end up killing some 'arab-look-alike' just because the media or the White House
26 Jcxp15: I'm right in the middle of NYC, so it'll be interesting to see how everyone and everything reacts. People for the most part have returned to normal, s
27 SESGDL: Nothing unusual, September 11 is just a normal day to me and I think people need to move on from it, I'm so tired of constantly hearing the same-old t
28 Nonrevman: I will get up and probably work on some of the photojournals of all of the trips taken since that day, seeing that I was not afraid to fly and see som
29 IMissPiedmont: My original plan was to fly to LAS for the hell of it. I'm afraid that has been cancelled. I got a promotion at work 3 weeks ago and now I have to go
30 Flpuck6: Do whatever it is I'm going to do on that day, be it work, no work, play with the puppy, run errands...doesn't mean I'm not going to think about what
31 Alpha 1: I don't go to work till early afternoon, so I'll take my youngest to DayCare a little early, and watch the Memorial Serivices while getting ready for
32 Lionel: I'll fly: AXA-SBH SBH-SXM SXM-CDG What a pleasure!!!
33 Sebolino: I'll continue to think that human-beings are deeply dangerous to themselves and other forms of life, selfish, greedy, crazy. And not only the people w
34 GKirk: Probably go to College, maybe go for a few beers afterwards. That'll probably be it.
35 Beno: I think I have the day off so I might go to the airport (Brisbane) and watch the planes for a while, and thank God that I live were I live.
36 SIA_B777: i have a cross country meet on 9/11...but other then that its a normal day for me
37 Singapore_Air: I'll wake up. Eat breakfast. Brush teeth, wash face. Go on the internet. Go to school. Learn / study. Probably hold a moment's silence at some point.
38 EGGD: lol GKirk, good Scottish spirit there. Get pissed for the hell of it, got good reason too! You know what, I might just do the same.
39 Acidradio: I will probably end up going to a bunch of classes on 9/11. I was originally going to try and go to BOS again (like I was trying to do last 9/11 but g
40 Trickijedi: I'll probably go to work as usual and probably attend a prayer service during my lunch as I'm sure there will be quite a few of those.
41 Boeingnut: Well, I have a lot of relatives who are (or were) firefighters. One of them went down to Ground Zero right as all this stuff went down to help in the
42 Notar520AC: I have a unique situation. My girlfriend's birthday is 9/11. Hmmm... Have to think of something special....
43 Hustler: I plan on being at the same spot I was in when it happened. I also plan on getting on my knees at 8:45a.m. and say a prayer. ...Hustler.
44 GDB: I'm on an early shift that day, so we should depart the BA001 to JFK, it was still due to go last time I checked, but about 90 minutes later, presumab
45 Beefmoney: That morning my dad will tell me to wake up, and I will realize that its 9/11/02 and exactly one year ago my dad told me to wake up along with a reque
46 TNboy: I'll remember where I was and how I heard, of course - as you tend to do with events of that magnitude. Think of those who suffered, those who died, a
47 Lapper: I will go to work as normal, and probably have a quiet moment of reflection at around 2pm (UK time), if we don't have a minutes silence.
48 Aerorobnz: I'll be recovering from the Hangover I'll have from the night before, I'm going to continue to enjoy my life while I'm still here, as anyone who was i
49 VapourTrails: That destroyed the newspaper's credibility for all time with me. It was sick, perverted and sensationalist. I just can't express my anger strongly eno
50 TWFirst: I was hoping to get the hell out of NYC, but will probably be here. I'm unplugging the TV, and not buying any newspapers.
51 KL713: go to work in the morning (don't have any idea how busy it will be on 9/11 at AMS.....maybe not) and watching some TV...some of those "remember 9/11"
52 ExpressJet_ERJ: I'm goin' to school, like usual. I hear we're having people play taps. Then in the afternoon, I'm goin flyin.
53 Rai: I'm gonna call my father and wish him a happy birthday. I used to work two blocks North of the WTC. I shudder to think about what kind of birthday he
54 Pacificjourney: No firm plans but am sure masturbation will enter into it at some point.
55 Rai: No firm plans but am sure masturbation will enter into it at some point. I thought marriage cures that problem?
56 TriStar500: Our kick-off meeting for a Fraport (FRA airport authority) project will occupy most of my day on Sept 11. The meeting takes place at FRA. I don't beli